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and all of that. they're taught about china, japan, the u.s., and, you know, south korea and russia, and that's pretty much it. so it's absolutely pervasive, their attempts to control the minds of the populace. >> yeah. you mentioned earlier something along the lines of this is like a secularized divine right of kings scenario where everything as the regime claims becomes gospel, and reality almost bends toward those claims. like it's not what you're seeing. there's a story in the book about the finish i'm sorry if i pronounce it incorrectly, but the mountain -- >> mount pektu. they always have the sing-songy thing. >> this is the mountain that's the greatest pride of any north korean -- >> right, any korean. >> right. because they don't consider it to be north korea. >> right. it's the ancestral home of all the korean people. >> right. and there's a story where kim jung-il asked a question of his advisers about what's the highest mountain in the world, and someone says mount everest? and he says, no, you're wrong, it's mount pektu, and the reason why is because height shouldn't be
is that this meeting was called by the russians, and it's pretty clear to me that now with russia being attacked by many countries around the world, russia seems to have a pretty consistent diplomatic strategy and that is attack is the best form of defense. hence they called this meeting, pa the russian ambassador who said it was ukraine that was violating the agreement reached in geneva in april. >> the white house is now insulted by our appeal to the kiev government to withdraw forces. before washington had requested elected president victor jankovic to not use force against its people. it's very strange logic that now force can be used against civilians. >> reporter: and he went on to say that he wanted his western colleagues to think twice about their policies. >>> president barack obama has met his german counterpart in washington, d.c. today. >> if we see the destabilization continuing so severely that impedes elections on may 25th, we will not have a choice but to move forward with additional, more severe sanctions, and the consultations have been taking place over the course of the last
to the growing unrest. russia has warned any assault by ukrainian troops in the region would have caused catastrophic consequences there are several look at international stories making headlines around the world i'll see you back here next week. the seal hunt for some speed in check. after spending most of her life in figure skating and haven't been in this spotlight for the past few years korea's ice queen you know will take the ice once again for her retirement pay. open all the weekend on sunday she hosted a press event which included a look at the rehearsals their the twenty three year old was attacked he said that she wanted to make the ice show her best today and hope that it helps to heal the nation still grieving over the skeletal ferry accident the show continues on through tuesday. and they can agree is the first round is in the books for both the pga and lpga nice ornaments first if the wells fargo championship. i'm helping her around churches but the early lead at six under while phil mickelson and martin flores trailed by a stroke meanwhile over in texas for the north texa
and that's certainly what russia has demonstrated that it's trying to do the leaders in ukraine in the west are trying to avoid a repeat of what happened in crimea for the fall of pro moscow president viktor yanukovich voters there held a referendum in march and decided to join russia the president but the real mechanics the republican ticket. he's accused of sending in arms and agents to fuel the address so he could eventually send in troops under the pretense of protecting ethnic russians many members of his administration have that night that i can in the can he said a statement that ukraine must withdraw all military units from the southeast stop the violence and immediately started a national dialogue that would involve all regions and all political forces. ukrainian soldiers have been manning checkpoints on the outskirts of the occupied area. but in the capital they held an exercise to test the response to a thread on a government building was thinking to go to the head of the state guard said they performed a task well. farther west police and volunteers set up checkpoints on roads l
agreements signed by ukraine and russia last month. they included stepping which both sides would take to diffuse tensions in southeastern ukraine. at the same time, the foreign ministry has been saying in the last 24 hours, warning that the kiev government was going to take military strikes against, quote, its own people. the upper house of parliament here in moscow, senior members there, have been saying on friday that this proves that the international community has been naive about the kiev government when they believe that they are a democratic bunch of people. they, painting the events in slaviansk and other places as an attempt by the ukrainian military to attack civilians. we know that vladimir putin has sent a spokesman to the southeast of ukraine to try to help with negotiations to get the release of observers from the organization for security and cooperation in europe. we haven't heard about exactly where they are being held or how they are in the last few days. they were seized last week. but it's not clear whether the military operations on friday are going to help or hin
. it should not be something that an outside nation dictates to ukraine and that is certainly what russia has demonstrated that it's trying to do. >> reporter: leaders in ukraine and the west are trying to avoid a repeat of what happened in crimea after the fall of pro-moscow president viktor yanukovych. voters there held a referendum in march, and decided to join russia. then, president vladimir putin annexed the republic. he's accused of sending in arms and agents to fuel the unrest so he could eventually send in troops under the pretense of protecting ethnic russians. putin and members of his administration have denied that again and again. he said in a statement that ukraine must withdraw all military units from the southeast, stop the violence, and immediately start a national dialogue that would involve all regions and all political forces. ukrainian soldiers have been manning checkpoints on the outskirts of the occupied area. but in the capital, they held an exercise to test the response to a threat on a government building. the head of the state guard said they performed a task well.
-point-two billion in damages. deathsamsung.wants six million from apple. russia and the crisis in hoss ukraine is sure to be a key topic today as president barack obama meets with merkel at the white house today. expect a news conference this afternoon. with the two world leaders likely pushing for unity in trying to change the course putin's policies on ukraine. and the stock market could get a boost today from the government's monthly jobs report. economists are predicting that employers added more than 200-thousand u-s jobs in april. and that the unemployment rate went down as well. we should get those numbers this morning. and we'll pass them on to you later in the show. the world health a global action plan to protect the power of who released its first global report on antimicrobial resistance. the report warns that misuse and overuse of antibiotics could lead to a "post- antibiotic era" -- where common infections that are usually easy to treat can kill. according to who, the increased use of antibiotics in livestock and the failure of patients to take antibiotics as prescribed are turni
in the case against the leader jerry adams. ♪ but first russia's president putin criticized ukraine for launching what we calls a punitive operation in the east of the country. kiev says it's blockading the town as part of an antiterrorist operation and ukraine defense ministry say pro-russian separatist shot down two of its helicopters in the region and pro-russia groups are now occupying government offices in several other towns and on wednesday they seized government offices and pro-russia separatists taken over government buildings and captured cancelled buildings and on thursday they took over the prosecutor's office in donsq. we have two correspondents covering the story and we will bet the russia reaction and we will go to eastern ukraine, this is a moving story, jona and bring us up to date with the latest situation report. >> reporter: it is indeed a moving story steve and it began about 4:30 a.m. outside when units of the ukrainian army appeared to launch the next phase in what kiev said was and antiterrorist operation and has been going on for weeks now with the army and
the time troops are already there. what's happening around sloviansk is hugely important. russia would rather use it if they want to launch military operation there. >> there's also the possibility, dare i say, if pro russian separatists have seized railways, that could make it easier for russian forces to move to eastern ukraine quicker? >> definitely. we see the statements from moscow indicating russia is ready to use this. i've seen change of language where the word punitive operation which is russian, the second world war language used against germany forces. the same language is used now. that was somewhat forgotten in recent weeks and months, again up on the table. >> finally, what moscow is saying in public, language used. we've heard from the spokesman. >> the language used by the factions in the russian parliament is very tough. they're talking about a use of as much as possible pressure on ukrainian government. at the end of the day, the main thing is russian propaganda, the army moving into the peaceful town against peaceful people shooting civilians, creating hxgkçma >> a
is down a third. in russia, the micex is down a third as well. china still close because of a two-day holiday. they'll be back on monday. the nikkei slipping down 0.2%. the hang seng up 0.5%. the s&p sx. just take a net on this, 38 treasury yields 3.42% at the moment. we got down to 3.39%. the ten-year has been down to two-month lows, 2.59 was the yield during the session yesterday. we're off those lows at the moment. but maybe a bit of a short squeeze going on in treasury markets. we'll talk about that during the show. on the currency markets, the dollar, cautious again ahead of nonfarm payroll. euro/dollar, 1.36 and dollar/yen 102.46. we keep our eyes on sterling, 1.69. up near a five-week peak. that's where we stand with currencies right now. meanwhile, let's bring you up to speed with the latest in ukraine. reports of casualties in eastern ukraine today after the country's military has launched a large operation to regain control of the town of slovyansk. sources say pro-russian separatists have strengthened their hold on donetsk after taking another government building. prime
russia separatists. we have nick payton walsh on the line now. he's north of slovavyansk. if you can give us what information you have, especially the death that's been confirmed. >> reporter: let me tell you what we've seen. to the north of slavyansk, it's a pro russian checkpoint. now in quite reasonable number though not particularly effectively, ukraine iian troop seem pretty well organized some of them and others say they're from the national guard who are traveling around. a military helicopter flying along that highway. we can hear in the distance what may have been two rocket propelled explosions. the interior minister of the ukraine says that nine check points around slavyansk have been taken. they have made statements in the past in and around slavyansk to be slightly exaggerated or inaccurate. we've seen a new phase around slavyansk. those on the ground say things have been come parativelily quiet this morning. in town they have heard some shooting. things were apparently quiet. there were also reports confirmed from the interior minister that a helicopter was being shot down a
. angela merkel will talk about the possibilities of sanctions with russia. >> in pakistan, the taliban has frequently targeted girls a schools in the north. more than 400 schools have been destroyed by that group. but since they have pushed the taliban out, more than 300 of them have been rebuilt. >> this footage captures the moment the taliban bombed the school. during the two years the armed group ruled the northern region, it destroyed more than 400 schools, many of them for girls. the reason the group said at the time was simple. the primary and secondary institutions were providing education that was too western, and non-islamic. today, the situation is very different. after the taliban was pushed out of the area by the military in 2009, more than 350 schools have been reconstructed with the help of foreign governments and international aid agencies. she's in the tenth grade. and she's happy to be back in the classroom. >> when the taliban was in control, they made us so afraid. i didn't go to school for two years. now they are gone, and we can get an education without fear. >> report
reported that ukraine has attained russia's military and cache to kiev on suspicion of espionage. he has been ordered to leave the country. it cited the ukrainian foreign ministry that the diplomatic skill was not named was detained on wednesday while undertaking intelligence activities. the ministry could not immediately be reached for comment. now still in ukraine acting president of the leaks and attention on has declared that the country is in a state of high alert and has set up military squad wants to help the company. one of the key of demonstrated in the eastern city of dani asked what a pro independence activists have declared the donning of people's republic and cctv searches on has been following the situation. incense and running co need and it's one of the centers of the anc keep protests in eastern ukraine. on wednesday rumors of a possible attack. this was the social media the swimming pool that the graft what they could to come on to protect this building the regional administration council now under the control of the self proclaimed the new people's republic. we read on
russia party and back trade union. this is the first time they've had the event like this since 1991. workers in seoul held a rally to understand better working conditions but also to commemorate victims of the sunken ferry. thousands of workers gathered in front of the train station chanting slogans protesting the government's labor policies. >>> bangladesh, hundreds of workers took part in a rally demanding higher wages, better and safer conditions at work. 1,100 died last year when the illegally constructed rana plaza collapsed. >>> one of the ireland's most prominent politicians and a man conducted by the ira jean mcconville who disappeared in 1972. police investigating a murder are continuing to question the president, gerry adams, key in politics in northern island. he's denied any involvement in her death. >> the murder of jean mcconville, mother of 10 and rumored to have been abducted by the ira cast a shadow on gerry adams. last night he volunteered himself to the police for questioning. >> i'll tell that i'm innocent totally of any part in the abduction, killing or burial o
't just drop in after 50 years. it was different then. but i have to go to japan. south korea. russia, china. we have to do this together. it will take 12 days. i only have six weeks left. it is the only time i ever saw arafat cry. he said oh, no, you can't do that. i said i have to make it look like i forced you to. it is very different in private. i didn't go. i said, we are giving up an opportunity to make the world a safer place. if you are not going to do this, just tell me. he went through this whole deal about how it would be 10 years again. he told two different arab leaders he was going to take the deal. the details had to be filled in. on january 7, i went to the israel policy forum and went public with this whole thing. i just had a couple of weeks. we really had until the middle of february when the israeli election was going to occur. under the agreement, israel had to ratify the peace agreement. because of the intifada, which started when ariel sharon went to the temple mount for the first time since 1967, which i begged arafat not to start, ehud barak was down 38%. they
's oldest and closest relationships in asia with talks with the philippines . russia continued to muscle ukraine, syria is set to turn over the last of its chemical weapons but continues to kill civilians with hayes, and he returns to washington empty hasn'ted with th handed with talks from palestine and israel. >>> in crisis around the world in the past five years did the u.s. get the approach that the president wanted? that's the "inside story." let's recap by looking at the u.s. in the world during the obama years. >> reporter: u.s. president barack obama headed home after a week-long visit to four asian nations. the trip was part of the president's promise to strength solidarity and trade. >> today the philippines welcomed president obama. >> reporter: but in the news conference along side the filipino president, a reporter brought more to the surface than planned. >> as you end this trip, i don't think i have to remind you there have been unflattering reminders of your foreign policy. >> reporter: unscripted reminder of the president's modest successes abroad. >> typically criticism
of state john kerry has warned russia that make the nato alliance would defend every piece of its territory. to make it absolutely clear to the kremlin. that nato territory is in the wild bull we will defend every single piece of that article five of the nato treaty must mean something. and our allies on the frontlines need and deserve no less. kiri on tuesday called the prices in ukraine a wakeup call for any job that requires an alliance with my effort and the city cannot continue to allow an allied defense budgets to shrink. kerry also called on the european union members to carry out more cooperation in the energy sector and to reduce their attachment to russian energy supplies. rush and the lebanese who has said moscow sees no need for further sanctions against the west after the eu and the us and the opening round of sanctions against russia but he also said russia could reconsider the protest a patient of western companies in russia's economy including energy projects the russian president made the statement after meeting with the leaders of the woods and kazakhstan on tuesday. he al
recalls that. eu representatives say the move was in response to russia's failure to take concrete action to reduce tensions in ukraine. also on the list is danny's push allin of pro russian leader in ukraine's eastern region of donetsk it's believed he has contacts with the group occupying local government offices that the new. and the united states also agreed to step up sanctions against russia the u s sanctions target before sixteen twenty eight was the president of russia's state run petroleum company and energy related crimes. eu sanctions target separate its eu is reluctant to launch full scale economic sanctions because of its close economic ties with russia. people across iraq are voting in their first nationwide elections since us troops pulled out of the country by mr newby al maliki says he's restore the economy and he's asking iraqis to give them a third term. voters will choose three hundred twenty eight members of parliament based on the system of proportional representation. they've seen a boom in oil production over the last several years fueled economic wealth. but they'
border with south. all in. it didn't seem more western sanctions spelled out against russia this time out of brussels. another takeover of a government building in the east of ukraine this time the city of logan's that's just forty five km from the russian border was good in eastern ukraine in costs over the falls and gets dog was herbert was what's the latest. plus my reading of the people's republic of donetsk which is where i can we have got to see the creation of the three of the gods know that god is in the fourth largest city in ukraine and it seems very much at this hour tonight falling into the hands this effort is as other cities throughout the eastern region have in recent days and weeks of the situation because it is as you said we took a canal building a strategic site is really the first to go it seems today. several thousand demonstrators are besieged at early dawn of the broken window that broke into the building the race to flag down a russian flag over the roof. a few hours later it was the regional television stations and in the prosecutor's office and now at this hour a
. pro-russia activists smashed their way into the regional administration building and -- in luhansk. with the windows broken, the crowd could climb in. of theirade no secret political sympathies. these are supporters of moscow who reject ukraine's pro eu government, which they see as illegitimate. a they are devising referendum on breaking away from kiev. it was not long before the governor's office had a new receptionist. the intruders are determined to stay. as for the police, they did nothing to stop this. they left the building without fighting back. >> the overwhelming majority of law enforcement bodies in the east are incapable of fulfilling their duty to defend our citizens. all the representatives of the services who are unable to fulfill their professional duties will be fired. >> for days now, pro-russian haves, some heavily armed, been seizing government buildings and police stations across the nation. the west accuses russia of stoking separatist sentiment here and escalating tension. today, the eu announced new sanctions against moscow. asset freezes against 15 individu
headlines on the global front from western powers imposing new sanctions against russia. the deadly attack in the heart of syriac when i go to our party at the new santa paula star with the crisis in ukraine the united states and european union have slapped fresh sanctions against russia. what is the scope of these new sanctions. will this new package of sanctions turds dozens of key individuals in russia the weather they will have a bigger impact in the situation in ukraine remains to be seen. the white house said it expanded asset freezes and these advances seven russian government officials as well seventeen companies thing to present clinton's inner circle the european union also banned fifteen more russian officials from entering the twenty eight nation bloc and prose or assets as well these are people who are responsible for actions against a victorian integrity independence. in so many teeth of ukraine. thompson has just been adopted to the sedation still not one decent east of people tied to its essence present rather than we have been told to twenty eight games. russia's deputy fo
western interim government. the us department of defence says it has received assurances that russia will not invade and ukraine the statement says russian defense minister sergei showing the baby promise to his us counterpart truck a golden phone call russian troops have recently carried out major exercises to ukraine's border. choi to explain to go with your presence is due to concerns about possible violence in eastern ukraine. he said ukrainian authorities could use force to harm civilians readers of the us and the european union are urging present but the report him to hold what they called russian intervention in ukraine the white house spokesperson j carty said russia has not only failed to meet its commitments but as escalating the crisis. russian diplomats had agreed in geneva this month to help de escalate tensions in eastern ukraine carney also the administration will apply sanctions to seven more russian officials. seoul the seventeenth of april institutions and energy firms leaders in europe added fifteen names to their sanctions list those targeted will face travel bans
sanctions against russia, an investigation into corruption gets under way. the opulent home filled with suits of armor. there was a golf course on the outside. dozens of antique cars and a massive riverboat and more. >> reporter: when ukraine comes to terms with the troubled economy and asks where did all of the money go? here is part of the answer. the president's own vodka. >> today the u.s. attorney general will participate in a forum in britain to help identify, trace and recover proceeds of corruption stolen by the former ukrainian regime. an interesting exercise since the guy who used to live in that palace is now protected in russia. matthew chance joins us from washington. what are the russians saying about this? >> reporter: there's been no official reaction of course to this. you're right the ousted former president of ukraine does indeed live somewhere in the moscow region. you know what? i think many russians see this exercise, however valiant it is, as being something of double standards. yes, okay. it may be worthy to look for the stolen assets of this regime but will
characters and access to consume. the eye. they say its us wants fresh sanctions against russia for its actions in ukraine the masters including assets creases and hit the dance acts seven russian individuals and seventeen companies close to the kremlin cctv staff the customer has been following the developments and give this more details among the seven individuals named for asset freezes and travel bans. these folks these are igor section the president of brosnan the russian state oil company the chairman of rottnest was also a knight named annie got a leg up eleven c at the moment of the russian presidential envoy to crimea and dimitri cars after russian deputy prime minister now seventeen companies were also sanctioned i didn't fall into three categories of finance and infrastructure for russia's energy and transportation industries. at thirteen of the seventeen will also be denied us high tech exports. that could help build up the russian military and the americans announced this third count of sanctions us president barack obama has acknowledged that but now with the group will ge
that russia will not invade ukraine. a statement says russian defense minister sergei shoigu made the promises to his u.s. counterpart chuck hagel in a phone call. russian troops have recently carried out major exercises near ukraine's border. shoigu explained that the military presence is due to concerns about possible violence in eastern ukraine. he said ukrainian authorities could use force against unarmed civilians. leaders in the u.s. and the european union are urging president vladimir putin to halt what they call russian intervention in ukraine. white house spokesperson jay carney said russia has not failed to meet its commitments, but has escalated the crisis. russian diplomats had agreed in geneva this month to help de-escalate the tensions in eastern ukraine. carney also said the administration will apply sanctions to seven more russian officials, as well as 17 financial institutions and energy firms. leaders in europe added 15 names to their sanctions list. those targeted will face travel bans, and asset freezes. russian officials are criticizing the u.s. administration's decision.
now for more victims. >>> and new this morning, the u.s. and european union are slapping russia with new sanctions for its actions in the ukraine. the latest american measures target more than a dozen companies and seven russian officials. the u.s. says are part of putin's inner circle. the eu is also expanding targeted sanctions. the list includes the chief of the russian general staff and the head of the russian military intelligence agency. >>> a san jose man is dead and his granddaughter injured after a bizarre accident outside a home in the east san jose foothills. investigators say the man was working on a mustang and the driveway of a home on slope view drive yesterday when the car splits off the jacks. the man in his 60s and his granddaughter was 4 or 5 was pinned underneath and eight firefighters lifted the car off the victim. >> definitely kicks in adrenaline and it was a matter of we had to get them off there fast because of the pot they were in and they just -- position they were in and they just used force. >> doctors pronounced the man dead at the hospital and the
. in 2010, north korea shelled a south korean island, leaving four dead. >> russia's biggest trading partner announcing bigger sanctions because of the ukraine crisis, e.u. saying there are tarts. the u.s. imposed sanctions against seven top russian officials linked to russian president vladimir putin. the u.s. saying it will freeze their assets and ban them from obtaining american visas. in ukraine, the division between those in favor of russia and those for a united ukraine are getting deeper. ukraine's parliament meeting in kiev over ongoing tensions in the eastern cities. we are in donetsk, ukraine. what is the reaction on the streets? do they think sanctions will change the reality on the ground? >> at the moment, there is not much reaction. i think it's irrelevant to what this region is going through at the moment. you won't see direct impact and many people don't understand what sanctions mean and how will it change what's happening here. yesterday with all impunity, gunman, the usual ones with their faces covered seized another local building. then there was these riots here in the c
fails? aaron is here. an oil giant is caught up in the sanctions against russia. it may be british. bp owns a 20% stake many the giant rosneft. now the u.s. has added this man the boss of rosneft to its sanction list saying he's in vladimir putin's inner circle. we asked what impact this could have on bp. hello. it is midday in london, 7:00 washington, 3:00 in moscow. there's been a twist? the tug of war over ukraine. russia described the unprecedented increase in u.s. and nato activity near borders. the defense minister told his u.s. counter part to tone down the rhetoric promising russia had no plans to invade ukraine. meanwhile eu followed washington and announced new sanctions targeting top political players in russia. on the ground the situation remains unchanged and unstable. nick childs has this. >> sloviansk today looking very much like a pro russian strong hold in the ukraine's unsettled east. this local resident absolutely supports the separatists here and possible recession. this man says he's for a unified ukraine and fed up with everything that's happened. the fact trade h
remarks. ♪ the eu released a new list of 15 names of russia and ukrainians imposing sanctions on and targets politician and military leaders. one of the names on the list is the current director of russia's foreign intelligence agency, giu. some of the others are. and russia's deputy prime minister who over saw criteria into russia after it was annexed and valarie, the first deputy minister of defense and army general in charge of the deployment of russian troops along the ukrainian border. across in moscow and we are joined live from there, and putin himself with talks got close to him and why are these particular men being targeted? >> reporter: well, laura, first of all we should point out unlike the list released on monday including companies and individuals the eu list is putting a travel pan and asset freeze on individuals only. now some of those as you were listing are key military officials and some of them linked to the de-facto annexation of crimea including a member of the duma, russian parliament responsible for starting legislation to integrate crimea into russian
. >> and -- a ukrainian mayor is shot, as the west readies more sanctions. what russia says about an invasion. investigating this viral video of a man kicking a boy down a skate ramp. and -- the shakeup in late- night continues, as craig ferguson now makes a big announcement. announcement. that eliminates odors and doesn't just mask them. can you give us access to maybe the smelliest room in your house? the trash is bad... oh, yeah. ...and he just took it out. it smells really nice. like, fresher. [ male announcer ] don't just mask odors, eliminate them with febreze air effects. deadly storms sweep through mississippi and alabama, as the severe weather in the south continues. we'll have the latest. a 14-year-old girl is killed on her way home from school on the city's south side. and mayor daley could be on the stand next week, over a restaurant deal. we'll have details. good morning, i'm dan ponce. and i'm erin mcelroy. let's go to demetrius ivory for a check of the weather. about let's take a look. expecting temperatures to rise into the upper 60s. it's 41 in the waukegan. 42 in mundelein.
underscores an increasingly tense standoff between russia and the west. >> yeah. and the men of ukraine's -- the mayor of ukraine's second city was in critical condition, shot in the back. >> investigators say they don't know who shot him. he was a key member of former ukrainian president victor yanukovych's party but is seeking to push for more local ethnic russian control while keeping the region part of ukraine. >> this report from the city of danesk. pro-russia activists stepped in with baton to break up a peaceful pro-ukraine demonstration. >>> the european union is set to impose new sanctions today on russia over the crisis in ukraine. >> they'll target 15 russian officials the e.u. believes are undermaining ukraine's -- undermining ukraine's sovereignty. this comes a day after the u.s. imposed sanctions of its own. jim sciutto can details. >> reporter: with the crisis in ukraine only growing more violent, the obama administration introduced new economic sanctions it says are designed to punish russia for orchestrating it. [ gunshot ] >> reporter: the sanctions fix on individuals
with russia. this highly exaggerated cost was assessed and report that is close to the public. constituents living in aiken and barnwell counties deserve to know the truth. i am glad they filed a freedom of information act request in pursuit of the cost analysis. we should be working together for environmental cleanup, for nonproliferation compliance and to support the savannah river site and its vital mission with dedicated employees. in conclusion, god bless our troops and we will never forget september 11 and the global war on terrorism. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady from florida, ms. frankel, seek recognition? ms. frankel: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. ms. frankel: mr. speaker, today on holocaust remembrance today, we solemnly reflect on the six million jews who were system @ically murdered by a mad man, known as hitler, and his nazi followers. we remember the children torn from the arms of their parents and they marche
round of sanctions on russia following its annexation of crimea in february. seven government officials all russian officials and 17 different companies, all have close links with vladimir putin. the united states also said in the list that it was published a few hours ago, that it would deny export licenses to any high tech equipment that it feels may be of significance and used to the russian military effort. there has been a response from russia, let me give you that. the foreign -- deputy foreign minister said the u.s. essential would not go unanswered and the response it says will be painful to washington. the eu in separate moves on monday basically said it will be releasing the names of 15 people it will be placing sanctions on freezing assets and travel bans. concerted and linked effort by america and europe to bring up the sanctions. massively tightened up if russia goes into military incursions into ukraine. >>> continue to stand guard in a building in ukraine. some held by surnts i insurgentn ukraine. >> this time their target was the local council building in the town of con
for sanctions against russia for allegedly funding in court many pro russian separatists in ukraine the kremlin denies the accusations and says the uprising is a spontaneous response. investors in twenty eu member nations are also meeting in brussels at this hour to decide on a cold a separate set of sanctions against russia. obama said the sanctions would represent the next stage in trying to hurt moscow's efforts to destabilize the region. we don't yet know whether to work. and that's why in the next day is if in fact we saw further russian aggression towards ukraine it would be such moral sanctions less narrowly targeted. addressing. sectors like banking for the defense industry. meanwhile the mayor of car keys has been shot and critically wounded. in any kern as was her pearly shot in the back by our unknown gunmen and is said to be undergoing emergency surgery this comes as pro russian rebels continue to seize more buildings and other major cities in eastern ukraine and taking a look at southeast asia us pres obama has arrived in the philippines as per his ongoing diplomatic tour of asia p
their defense capability. president obama also announced new sanctions against russia because of the continuing crisis in ukraine. >> these sanctions represent the next stage in a calibrated effort to change russia's behavior. we don't yet know whether it will work. >> now, just a couple of hours ago, the white house released information on these actions which include, sanctions on seven russian government officials and freezing the assets of 17 russian companies. >>> new information about the deadly ferry boat tragedy in south korea. now we're learning that three members of a shipping industry trade group may have destroyed evidence connecting it to the company that operates the ferry. those people have now been arrested. this is also new video showing the ship's captaining being rescued on the first day of the disaster. a kawg officer did not know at -- coast guard officer did not know it was the captain he was rescuing. >>> this video shows some of the searchers ears underway search for that ferry that sank. so far, 188 bodies have been recovered. 114 are still missing. >>> south korea's pri
leveled new sanctions against russia over ukraine, frozen assets, bans on entering the united states, all aimed at more than 20 vips and companies with close ties to the russian president vladimir put tin. a new wingal. these sanctions are aimed at high-tech defense exports to russia. white house correspondent michelle kosinski following the president in manila. good morning. >> reporter: as promised, the u.s. has expanded sanctions against certain people and companies in russia. in a press statement the u.s. said that russia has done nothing, and that's to quote the statement, to deescalate the situation in ukraine. they said russia has done nothing to deescalate and the fact that it's linked to the violence there seems indisputable. what are these sanctions? they target seven people, according to this press release, two of them are within putin's inner circle. 17 companies that the release says are linked to putin's inner circle. among those 17 companies, 13 now are banned, although it's not an out right ban. they explained it as a presumption of denial for importing u.s. products. as y
today against russia. >> the goal here is not to go after mr. putin personally, the goal is to change his calculus with respect to how the current actions that he's engaging in in the ukraine have an adverse impact on the russian economy over the long haul and to encourage them to actually walk the walk and not just talk the talk when it comes to diplomatically resolving the crisis in ukraine. >>> it was a somber day yesterday in kiev. ukrainians gathered in independence square for remembrance day to honor the more than 100 protestors killed in february. >>> the nba is investigating one of its owners after alleged racist remarks were leaked to the press. tm tmz released the argument of donald sterling and his miss stress at the time. >> people call you and tell you that i have black people on my instagram and it bothers you? >> yeah, it bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. how about your whole life, every day you could do whatever you want? you could sleep with them, bring them in, do whatever you want. the little i ask you is not to p
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to russia. the eu and u.s. move to impose new sanctions on moscow for its actions in ukraine. >>> and making their point. the l.a. clippers protest in silence after racist remarks attributed to the team's owner. >>> hello, everyone. you are watching "cnn newsroom," and i'm rosemary church. >> i'm john vause. we'd like to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. >> well, tornadoes are ripping across states in the central and southern u.s. >> parts of arkansas are seeing some of the worst damage. a section of this town was completely destroyed after a storm system moved through on sunday night. officials say at least 12 people have died across the state. the mayor of one hard-hit town explained how extensive the damage is and what emergency crews are doing right now to respond. >> the downtown area seems like it's completely leveled. there's a few buildings partially standing, but the amount of damage is tremendous. utilities, there's gas lines spewing. of course power lines down. houses are just a pile of brick. when i came up through town to get to city hall, there were
western countries prepare to impose new sanctions on russia as early as tomorrow. eight foreign observers being held for three days by pro-russian militants suddenly appeared at a news conference today. our report from nbc's jim maceda in ukraine. >> reporter: they look like prisoners of war, but these were envoys of peace, eight military observers from the osce abducted on friday and paraded today under armed guard. >> we have no indication when we will be sent home to our countries and to see our families. >> reporter: one hostage was freed for medical reasons, but the rest have become the latest weapon in the insurgents' arsenal. "the key of junta," he said, "is holding a number of our allies. so if possible, we're ready for an exchange." flexing their muscles, militants in donetsk tried to commandeer the local tv station and force it to broadcast a russian channel. the militants left when engineers convinced them it couldn't be done. both sides, pro-russian and pro-ukraine forces preparing for war. at this border crossing, ukrainian soldiers make sandbags to beef up their defensive po
. >>> in our signature segment,ic maing sense of the showdown between russia and ukraine. the long, complicated history you might not have heard and the housing recovery slows. what it means for the economy next on pbs "news hour weekend". >> pbs "news hour weekend" is made possible by louis b. and hirschfeld coleman. judy and josh westin. joyce b. hale. the wallick family in memory of miriam and ira d. wallick and the cheryl milstein family. bernard and irene schwartz. rosalynn p. walter and corporate funding is provided by mutual of america, designing customized, individual and group retirement products. that's why we are your retirement company. additional support is provided by -- and by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. from the tisch wnetcenters in new york this is pbs news hour weekend. >> good evening. i'm allison stewart. the pro-russian separatist displayed ukrainians had his men recently took hostage. seven of those being held are european observers who the separatists claim, are a charge refuted today.
. >> collectively us and the europeans have said that so long as russia are continues down the path of oh provocation rath arer than trying to deescalate there will be consequences. they will continue to grow. >> i want to bring in congressman engel, ranking member of the foreign affairs committee. just returned from ukraine. let's start with president obama. there is talk about consequences. what kind of consequence is he the talking about? what consequences do russia face? >> talk thing about sanctions. what putin is doing is dangerous. the world cannot sit by. if the world does, nato is dead. nato has to react. there are countries in the area that are worried about putin stirring up russians in the country. >> are are the stiffer sanctions which are going to take effect, can they change the calculus. >> iran is now sitting down and negotiating with the united states in the west. we imposed sanctions on them. the sanctions hurt their economy. they are essentially brought to your knees and russia will face the same if putin continues the aggression. >> you got back from the crew yan. i u
. >>> good to have you with us. pro-russia government has released someone after two days in the ukraine. the swedish national was apparently released because he suffers from diabetes, but seven colleagues are held hostage as barnaby phillips reports. >> reporter: the european military observers were paraded before cameras. they are in no position to complain about what has happened to them. >> we are not prisoners of war. we are the guests of the mayor. we'll be treated as such. >> reporter: at least they could show their families their alive and well, and later one observer from sweden was released on grounds of ill health. others have not been treated so kindly. these three men were captured by pro-russian government near slovyansk, ukrainian intelligence officers. this is what they looked like after their interrogation. on the road into slovyansk, the ukrainian army. it is not a town under siege, but the soldiers are working to prevent more weapons from coming in. this is the ukrainian army trying to show it's in control, but throughout the crisis its approach has typically been hesi
>> pro-russia rebels sees control of the state television building in eastern ukraine. >> hello, this is al jazeera live from doha. coming up in the show, taking the blame, south korea's prime minister resigns over his government's bungled handling of the ferry disaster. ♪ >> thousands gather in vatican city as two former popes are declared saints plus 20 years, on, we examine how life has changed since south africa's black majority since the end of aparthe apartheid. antigovernment activists stormed the state television headquarters in eastern ukraine. they are demanding russian television charges be put back on air in the self-declared republic big of donetsk. separatists say they will hold a refer endum on breaking away from ukraine on may the 11th. the leader of the group of the osc says they have they are being treated as guests. eight international monitor did are being held in the besieged city for two days, paul brennan reports >> reporter: on saturday, he said they were prisoners of war. now, the self-declared mayor of separatist slovyansk can't quite decide whether t
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